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Final Exam Flash Cards Coeur dAlene High School Instrumental Music Fall 2013 (Exams January 22-23, 2014)
Con Moto with motion
Mosso moved, agitated
Listesso the same (Listesso tempo = same tempo after a change of meter)
Doppio Movimento twice as fast
A Tempo Return to regular tempo after a ritardando, accelerando, etc.
Molto Very, much (molto crescendo = to become much louder)
Assai very much
Accelerando becoming faster
Piu More (piu mosso = more moved or more motion)
Rallentando slowing down
Allargando slowing down and becoming broader
Non Troppo not too much
Ritardando same as rallentando (Slowing Down)
Meno Less (meno mosso = less motion = slower)
Ritenuto suddenly slower
Legato smooth, connected
Rubato flexible, irregular tempo
Stringendo Quickening, with growing excitement
Tempo Primo Resume the original or first tempo
Vivacissimo very quick
A Piacere At performers discretion
Bravura boldness, spirit
Largamente largely, broadly
Al Fine to the end
Cantabile In a singing style
Giocoso merry, joyful
Vivo lively, spirited
Sempre Always Sempre pianissimo = always very quiet
Mezzo Medium mp = medium soft
Pesante emphatic, heavy, ponderous – importance on weight. Played with great emphasis
Tutti All together (i.e. after a solo passage)
Con Fuoco With fire
Da Capo (D.C.) from the beginning
Staccato detached, separated
Tenuto held, full value
Dal Segno (D.S.) from the sign
GP general pause, grand pause
Poco a little (poco a poco - little by little)
Senza without Senza sordino - without mute Senza vib – without vibrato
Simile continue in the same way
Subito Suddenly (subito piano = suddenly soft)
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